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"From Riverboats to
This booklet was produced by the Regional Museum Society
(Sorry I do not have a copy of this)
it included history written by Emma Bateman Lindstrom
with photos by Dr. W. P. Johns, a physician with the GTP.
The history of Bateman's Landing (1905-1948)
located just west of the Zymachord River.
Emma's family pre empted the land here in 1905
There was a hospital located here at Bateman's Landing.
Dr. William Percy Johns
The Bateman's came up from Oregon
James Edward "Jim"
b- Nov 29, 1859, Blackville, New Brunswick, Canada
d- Aug 2, 1938 in Prince George BC
son of Edward Bateman and Anna Sturgeon
He was 6 ft 5" tall with wide
so his nickname was "Long Bateman"
He was a Prospector of great record.
May 1912 he was at the Hotel Vancouver,
on his way up to Fort George to look for minerals.
Jim married Wilhelmina
Bateman, nee Hubbard
b- Jan 6, 1867, in Nelson, New Brunswick, Canada
d- July 1, 1963, in Prince George, BC
daughter of Albert Hubbard, and Ellen Stewart Milbank
They had 2 daughters:
daughter- Emma Adeline
b- Oct 24, 1890, Hayward, Wisconsin, USA
(age 18 when she married)
d- Feb 9, 1978, Skeenaview Lodge, Terrace BC, age 87
married Charles Victor Lindstrom, May 22, 1909,
at Kitsumkalum, Skeena River, BC
b- Feb 1, 1879 in Blaking, Sweden
(28 years old when he married)
d- Jan 13, 1977 at Mills Memorial Hospital, Terrace, age 97
son of Nelson Lindstrom and ?,
Charlie came from the Yukon in 1907 to work on the railroad
as a blacksmith. He later was a farmer and logger.
Charlie and Emma were the First "White" Couple
to be married in the Anglican Mission in Terrace
they had 6 children
see Remo Page and Remo Ferry Page
daughter- Beatrice Annie
b- Apr 1893, Wisconsin, USA
d- Oct 23, 1918 in Prince Rupert, BC
she was a witness for sister Emma's wedding
address shown -Bateman's landing
She married James Hunter, Dec 15, 1910 in Prince Rupert, BC
she had 3 daughters
there was a W. M. Bateman in
not known if he was related to these Batemans
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